NKE - NIKE, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
66.88
+0.79 (+1.20%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

67.41 +0.53 (0.79%)
Pre-Market: 8:42AM EDT

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Previous Close66.09
Open66.00
Bid67.00 x 300
Ask67.48 x 100
Day's Range65.95 - 67.03
52 Week Range50.35 - 70.25
Volume6,338,381
Avg. Volume8,095,079
Market Cap107.795B
Beta0.58
PE Ratio (TTM)28.94
EPS (TTM)2.31
Earnings DateJun 27, 2018 - Jul 2, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.80 (1.19%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-02
1y Target Est71.27
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • ACCESSWIRE2 hours ago

    Free Research Report as NIKE Reported a 7% Sales Growth in Q3 FY18

    Stock Monitor: Steven Madden Post Earnings Reporting LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / April 24, 2018 / Active-Investors.com has just released a free earnings report on NIKE, Inc. (NYSE: NKE ). If you want access ...

  • U.S. tariffs could push Puma to shift China production
    Reuters3 hours ago

    U.S. tariffs could push Puma to shift China production

    German sportswear maker Puma (PUMG.DE) is working on contingency plans to move some production from China to other Asian markets if U.S. tariffs are imposed on footwear, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Puma reported that strong demand in China helped power a jump in first-quarter sales and earnings, but cautioned that the threat of a U.S.-China trade war was tempering its optimism for the rest of the year. Puma currently makes about a third of its products in China and is looking into moving sourcing of footwear to countries like Vietnam and Indonesia, and apparel to Cambodia and Bangladesh, said CEO Bjorn Gulden.

  • MarketWatch18 hours ago

    The latest victims of the Amazon effect: The Kardashians

    The Kardashians announced they’re pulling the plug on Dash, their brick-and-mortar boutiquesMarketWatch photo illustration/, iStockphotoKim Kardashian West announced that her family is closing their chain of Dash boutiques. Did the “Amazon effect” play more than a cameo role in the Kardashians’ decision to shutter their chain of boutiques? On Friday, the first family of reality television announced they’re pulling the plug on their fashion boutique chain, Dash.

  • A Foolish Take: Teen Shoppers Love These 5 Clothing Brands
    Motley Fool21 hours ago

    A Foolish Take: Teen Shoppers Love These 5 Clothing Brands

    Teenagers love Nike, American Eagle, Adidas, Forever 21, and Urban Outfitters.

  • The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris
    Bloombergyesterday

    The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris

    Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This episode tells the story of how radical architecture gave a designer the idea behind ...

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Nike Inc.
    Markityesterday

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Nike Inc.

    The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Goods sector is rising.

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    Benzinga's Bulls & Bears Of The Week: Dropbox, GE, Microsoft, Twitter And More

    Benzinga has featured looks at many investor favorite stocks over the past week. Bullish calls included big cloud plays, a leading retailer and a social media giant. Bearish calls included an electric ...

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Stocks This Week: Amazon, Nike and Disney

    Two of the three long recommendations from last Sunday, Intel (-0.6%), Microsoft (+2.1%) and Amazon (+5.7%) rose in the last week. There are many earnings reports in the coming week. Overall, earnings estimates were set too low during the preceding slow economy.

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Apple, Nike and Starbucks Will Be the Biggest Victims of Trump's China Tariffs

    In 1930 President Herbert Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley tariff into law.  The mindless legislation placed record levels of taxation on 20,000+ foreign goods.  Imports into the U.S. naturally plunged.  This pleased members of the political class who saw imports as harmful.  At least for a time. What protectionists of the 1930s missed is something that Steve Bannon, Peter Navarro and Donald Trump miss today: if the world’s producers can’t sell to us, they also can’t buy from us.  While U.S. producers exported $5.2 billion worth of goods in 1929, by 1933 exports had plummeted to $1.7 billion.  With a stroke of a pen, Hoover collapsed global markets for U.S. goods. More than even free traders will admit, Smoot-Hawley looms large when it comes to explaining the slow-growth 1930s.  To understand why, it needs to be remembered that jobs are infinite.  They are because there are always infinite unmet needs in the world that individuals and businesses are feverishly trying to meet.  Free trade is merely an acknowledgment that the more work is divided up among individuals, the more that individuals can specialize.  And when individuals are able to specialize, they’re logically much more productive.  The 1930s tariffs were anti the very specialization that drives productivity and rising wages.  That their imposition occurred in concert with a decline in growth is a statement of the supremely obvious.  But that’s a digression.  Sort of.

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    Nike executive departures throw growth plan into jeopardy

    There’s an exodus of experienced talent happening at Nike Inc. and Susquehanna Financial Group analysts worry that it could grow into a large hurdle to the company’s growth. “Mr. Edwards, a 25-year Nike veteran, was ‘the straw that stirs the drink’ for the Nike brand,” said the Susquehanna note.

  • How Wall Street Views US Sportswear Stocks
    Market Realist3 days ago

    How Wall Street Views US Sportswear Stocks

    How Are Sportswear Stocks Placed So Far in 2018? In the final article of this four-part series, we’ll see what Wall Street recommends for the sportswear stocks included in our survey. Let’s begin with Nike (NKE). The sportswear giant is covered by 37 Wall Street analysts.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] How JD Sports won the UK ‘athleisure’ race

    The store is neat and airy, the R&B is cool, and the Nike Air Max 97s are selling well, despite the £140 price tag. Over half the selling space in this JD shop is devoted to trainers and other footwear. Festival tents and luggage jostle for space with clothing and trainers, though not the AM97.

  • Assessing the Valuations of Sportswear Stocks
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Assessing the Valuations of Sportswear Stocks

    In this part of the series, we’ll discuss another key valuation metric—the enterprise-value-to-sales multiple. A higher EV-to-sales multiple indicates that a company is overvalued. To gauge whether these companies are correctly valued, we’ll also look at their respective sales growth.

  • Stock Returns and Valuations of US Sportswear Companies
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Stock Returns and Valuations of US Sportswear Companies

    How Are Sportswear Stocks Placed So Far in 2018? All the companies that we’re covering in this series have delivered strong YTD (year-to-date) returns. Nike (NKE) has a YTD gain of ~7.0%, which is the lowest in the peer group.

  • Sportswear Stocks: A Quick Look at Their Financial Strength
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Sportswear Stocks: A Quick Look at Their Financial Strength

    How Are Sportswear Stocks Placed So Far in 2018? On the cusp of another round of earnings releases, we’ll take a quick look at the financial situations of several major US-based sportswear companies. Our analysis will revolve around the current profitability, financial strength, valuations, and Wall Street recommendations of key sportswear companies.

  • 7 Companies With Great Stocks AND Great Businesses
    InvestorPlace4 days ago

    7 Companies With Great Stocks AND Great Businesses

    Who doesn’t want to own great stocks that are also great businesses? Like Warren Buffett, Barron’s contributor Steven Bleiberg feels investors are better served by understanding they are investing in real businesses despite owning a passive mutual fund or ETF to do so. “Ultimately, equity investors are buying into actual businesses and would be better served by seeking to understand them,” Bleiberg asserts.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    Benzinga Pro's 5 Stocks To Watch Today

    Each day, the Benzinga Pro news team highlights several stocks with Trading Idea potential. Be the first to see them by becoming a Benzinga Pro user ! Turtle Beach Corp (NASDAQ: HEAR ) stock was trading ...

  • See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Nike Inc.
    Markit4 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about Nike Inc.

    The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Goods sector is rising.

  • Three more senior exits at Nike, bringing the total to nine, start to raise questions with analysts
    American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Three more senior exits at Nike, bringing the total to nine, start to raise questions with analysts

    Nike confirmed three more senior management exits Thursday, bringing the total confirmed exits this week to seven, and the total since March to nine.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    After the Bell: Dow Drops 83 Points as Yield Spike Brings Back Bad Memories

    Yes, American Express (AXP) surged following better-than-expected earnings, and Philip Morris International (PM) got shellacked after releasing its own results. But all eyes were on the bond market, where the 10-year yield jumped 0.046 percentage point to 2.914% today, its highest since Feb. 22, while its price dropped 0.4%.

  • Nike Executive Exits Keep Piling Up; Who Will Fill All Those Shoes?
    Investor's Business Daily5 days ago

    Nike Executive Exits Keep Piling Up; Who Will Fill All Those Shoes?

    Nike continues to see more of its top brass departing, and where this leaves the future of leadership at the world's largest athletic brand is unclear.

  • Nike's vice president of Express Lane Footwear leaves company
    Reuters5 days ago

    Nike's vice president of Express Lane Footwear leaves company

    Nike Inc's (NKE.N) vice president of Express Lane Footwear, Greg Thompson, has left the company, a company spokesman said on Wednesday, the latest in a string of executive departures at the sportswear maker. Nike's vice president of diversity and inclusion, Antoine Andrews, left last week.

  • Under Armour upgraded to hold at Deutsche Bank
    CNBC Videos18 hours ago

    Under Armour upgraded to hold at Deutsche Bank

    The "Halftime Report" traders debate Under Armour in the call of the day.

  • The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris
    Bloomberg Videoyesterday

    The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris

    Apr.23 -- Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This episode tells the story of how radical architecture gave a designer the idea behind Nike's most iconic sneakers. (Video by Leila Hussain)

  • Management shakes up at Nike
    CNBC Videos4 days ago

    Management shakes up at Nike

    Susquehanna Financial Group Managing Director Sam Poser discusses management changes at Nike and what it means for investors.